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Ebola patient Dr. Kent Brantly is a hero: “Dr. Brantly contracted the ebola virus while he was on a humanitarian medical mission of mercy,” Dr. Ambreen Khalil, told MSNBC News this morning. “He is a h ...
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How do you get a new lease on life in 3 hours and 5 minutes? Check out Dino Longueira’s story.
 
 
NYC Mayor, Bill de Blasio commits $28 million to SIUH to help weather potential hurricanes like it saw in 2012 with Superstorm Sandy. Combined with $12 commitment from NY State Governor Andrew Cuomo, ...
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Dr. Lidia Tripolski of Pediatrics at Staten Island University Hospital says getting the flu shot should be at the top of your child’s back to school list. With over 1/5 of the population in United States getting the virus each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Tripolski says, it’s better to get he shot sooner than later.
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Finding veins in young patients is going to be easier and less painful for children at Staten Island University Hospital thanks to veterans still fighting for their community. Members of the Marine Corp League Staten Island’s, Military Order of the Devil Dogs donated $5,000 to the pediatrics unit of the hospital for a new vein finder. The device maps out veins in patients making it easier to draw blood.
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Staten Island University Hospital paid tribute to our nations’ heroes at their annual Veterans Day flag raising ceremony at both their North and South Campus. Five flags were raised to represent the f ...
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A new treatment is getting patients out of the hospital and into the garden. The rehabilitation medicine staff at Staten Island University Hospital raised money to create a therapeutic herb garden for patients to have a relaxing approach to physical and occupational therapy. For their efforts, the volunteers were named NY1’s, Staten Islanders of the Week.
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A newly expanded Comprehensive Breast Center on Staten Island will offer one-stop shop for patient’s battling breast cancer. With the second highest rate of Breast Cancer in New York City, the center ...
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Fox 5 News announces best and worst hospitals in the city.
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As featured in Focus on Health Winter 2014: Lights, Camera, Fracture. In 2007, Maria Diaz left behind Wall Street after the financial collapse for a life in front of the camera, appearing in televisions shows like Blue Bloods sharing the screen with Tom Seleck. She’s most recently recognized for her portrayal of NY Football Giants, Victor Cruz’s mother in Campbell’s Chunky Soup commercial series. Her new found success and rising popularity was almost sidelined by a wardrobe malfunction after a night on the town. See how SIUH’s Head and Neck specialist, Dr. Homere Al Moutran got Maria back in front of the cameras and kept her career rolling.
 
 
What do you want to be when you grow up? The question all teens must face. Staten Island University Hospital is helping to an ...
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In response to what it calls a problem of epidemic proportion on Staten Island, the New York City Health Department is working with SIUH doctors to help fight prescription drug abuse.
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Dr. Brahim Ardolic, head of emergency medicine at Staten Island University Hospital, says household items like batteries and ...
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